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How news savvy have you been this week? Test your friends and family with our quiz.

If you are unsure on what to do with your mum on Mother’s Day this guide has you covered no matter what your price range is.

It’s a fishy tale about a fish-tailed woman whose misery led her to lure others to an untimely end.

A Suffolk village primary school threatened with closure after student numbers fell to just 19 has been saved, it has been announced today.

A farming family which endured a vicious torrent of online abuse from vegan activists have donated their TV appearance fee to a charity dedicated to stopping cyberbullying.

A young Suffolk woman whose bravery and resilience inspired thousands of followers, finally “lost hope in this life” after a series of catastrophic events became too much to bear.

A yellow weather warning for snow has been issued for much of the Eastern region, including Suffolk and Essex, next week.

Film award shows seem to be losing favour with audiences. Arts editor Andrew Clarke wonders whether its because the audience for movies is changing and the Oscars and BAFTAs are reacting by rewarding the wrong films.

The Bury Festival is one of the cornerstones of Suffolk’s cultural calendar. Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to festival director Nick Wells and takes a look at the treats in store during this year’s 10 day extravaganza.

KFC branches across Suffolk have finally all reopened but only two in north Essex have opened today.

With KFC branches up and down the country closed or offering a limited menu due to a chicken shortage - here is a list of alternative chicken restaurants to help you through the crisis.

Mother’s Day is approaching, make sure you know when you need to spoil your mum.

Witham Town FC ‘superfan’ James Beardwell was the club’s only supporter at Grays Athletic on Saturday. Despite being by himself in the away end, he made plenty of noise. See a video here.

Our paper has teamed up with Suffolk schools to create a supplement filled with messages from your little ones.

The fingerprints of Moors murderer Myra Hindley are among the artefacts available at the appointment-only museum based at Suffolk Constabulary’s Marthesham headquarters.

Patients are having to be dropped off near a Sudbury health centre as buses cannot access the site due to a group of travellers setting up camp outside.

A Suffolk man has admitted possessing more than 60,000 indecent images and videos of children.

Forecasters are predicting a cold start to the beginning of March as temperatures struggle to rise above freezing.

Your weekend inspiration is here.

Sculptor Paul Richardson is best known for his quirky, figurative steel sculptures – over-sized East End geezers, a Roy Rogers-style cowboy, a native American chief on the warpath, Pegasus, a flying horse, a Day of the Dead Mariachi and a earnest looking butler, among many others.

A drive to help primary schools in Suffolk unlock thousands of pounds for vital sports equipment is being launched - make sure your school has registered.

A body of a man has been found washed up at Felixstowe beach, police have said.

Time is running out to spend those old £10 notes - make sure you check your purse and piggy banks to see if you have any.

KFC branches in Suffolk and Essex were among hundreds in the country forced to close over the weekend – due to a chicken shortage.

An East Anglian estate agency franchise has collapsed into insolvency with the immediate closure of eight branches.

The weekend news round up quiz

Saturday, February 17, 2018

How news savvy have you been this week? Test your friends and family with our quiz.

Two cars were badly damaged after a multi-vehicle collision at a busy Lowestoft junction.

From National Be Bald and Free day to National Dance like a Chicken Day - which one do you think is the strangest?

Mega-musical Chicago is heading back to the West End and Suffolk stage star Ruthie Henshall is heading back into the spotlight with it and in the process becoming the first actress to play three leading roles in the same London show.

Children in Suffolk who grow up in areas that have the greatest literacy challenges are also likely to live much shorter lives than their peers, the first study of its kind has shown.

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